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Mandatory Face Covering Requirements:

 Effective Monday, July 19, 2021, all persons entering any court facility will be required to properly wear a face covering over their nose and mouth, regardless of their vaccination status.

Important Information:

Beginning June 15, 2021, all courthouses are open to the public and most in-person services are restored.

Self-Help Center

The Self-Help Center/Family Law Facilitator's Office

The Self-Help Center/Family Law Facilitator's Office provides legal information and resources to self-represented court customers. Assistance may be in the form of private appointments, referrals, Live Chat and/or telephonic assistance. 

Most in person Self-Help services have been suspended during the COVID-19 public closure period.

  • Self-Help services vary in scope, and depending on your matter, you may be provided a referral, assisted the same day, scheduled for a future appointment, or asked to contact Self-Help another day.

  • Self-Help does not provide legal advice and cannot represent you in court. If you are represented by an attorney, or have an attorney of record, Self-Help is unable to provide assistance with your case.

  • Referrals are available to outside agencies and organizations regarding matters that Self-Help is unable to assist with.

The Center provides information and assistance with:

Divorce   ·   Parentage   ·   Custody/Visitation/Support   ·   Name Change   ·   Small Claims   ·   Debt Collection(limited assistance)   ·   Gender Change   ·   Eviction Defense   ·   Guardianship (of the person)   ·   Limited Conservatorship   ·   Restraining Orders: Civil Harassment, Domestic Violence & Elder Abuse

Learn more about the Self-Help Services here.




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